WASHINGTON (AP) – The home of a D.C. councilmember has been burglarized.
Councilmember David Grosso says someone pried open a kitchen window in the back of his Northeast Washington home and stole two computers and a camera.
D.C. police say they’re investigating the break-in, which occurred on Aug. 26. No arrests have been made.
Grosso says the items stolen were worth about $8,500 and that no government information was on the computers. He calls the break-in “the tough part of urban living.”
Grosso is an at-large independent who was first elected to the council last year. He’s lived in his home in the Brookland neighborhood for 14 years.
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